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Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist Kaspa Thompson explores the mind, spirituality, wildness and ecology and the places where they intersect and overlap. Kaspa is ordained in Amida Shu, a Pureland Buddhist tradition. He recently qualified in Wild Therapy. Early episodes included: 'Christianity and Buddhism', 'Unmet Needs' and 'Wildness'
 
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Why are gifts so important? Is everything a gift? What’s the difference between a gift economy and a transaction economy? Why is it hard to stay grateful? Today’s episode was partly inspired by Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass. I also mention this talk by Ven. Shenyn: The Life of a Wondering Monk You can view...…
 
I’m standing with my eyes closed in the middle of a busy street and listening. Why? And what can I learn from that experience? I talk about the false opposites of being and doing, and why I prefer lovable to perfect. I mention the Bang And Olafson podcast Sound of the Cities, and an early...על ידי Kaspa Thompson
 
A few weeks ago we got a puppy! Wow – what a whirlwind the last month has been. Moments of sheer joy, and moments of fraught overwhelm. As one book Satya was reading put it, there is the honeymoon period, the WTF have I done period, and the I couldn’t live without her period…. Today...על ידי Kaspa Thompson
 
What a great conversation. James and I spoke about the Unitarian Universalist movement, form and emptiness in Zen, boundlessness, spiritual fluidity and more. James is a Zen Buddhist teacher and part of the Empty Moon Network, he leads a group in Southern California. James’ most recent book is called Introduction to Zen Koans: Learning the...…
 
I’m talking to my Buddhist teacher Dharmavidya David Brazier. We talk about Buddhist Psychology: what does it mean, and how does Buddhist therapy work? We talk about how encountering ‘awakened’ people can be transformative, and about enduring great suffering. We talk about what supports grounding yourself in the big picture, and how faith helps us.…
 
How can we support healing in people, and in the planet? To help answer that question I’m talking about the importance of going outside, and what different kind of outside spaces can teach us. I talk about what wildness means and I talk about the practice of finding a spot to sit in, and sitting...על ידי Kaspa Thompson
 
In this episode I’m in conversation with Ven. Ayya Yeshe, about her socially engaged Buddhist work. What led her to social engagement? How does helping fit with Buddhist practice? She talks about how her experiences as a Tibetan Nun helped her to empathise with oppressed groups, and her socially engaged work in India with the...…
 
In this episode I'm talking to Jayne Johnson about life in community, and about the nomadic life. Jayne got rid of most of her stuff, sold her flat and now lives nomadically. Why leave the householder life? How do we live in community? And what is it like to leave the settled life? What are the benefits, and the costs?…
 
In this episode I'm talking to Clark Strand and Perdita Finn. We talk about Zen, about different kinds of practice groups, touched on the twelve steps, talked about the importance of trees and I heard about the history and importance of rosary practice and making prayers to the divine mother... great stuff…
 
This is the video that was due out to be presented at the College Academic Assembly last Wednesday the 30th of June. Its been postponed to the next "FULL SCHOOL ASSEMBLY" where the College principal, Mr John Killeen will address the presentation with a speech and a special certificate will be presented. Also we look forward to Fairfield Champion wh…
 
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